In addition to registering for Fall 2020 courses like U.S. Business History and Modern Middle East, this is also the time of year when Bethel students start looking at Interim travel options for next J-term.

For January 2021 we’re putting our World War I trip on hiatus, and instead offering an exciting new travel course that will take students to Morocco, Spain, and France. Led by our own Prof. Charlie Goldberg and Philosophy professor Carrie Peffley, HIS/PHI236UZ Medieval Worlds will explore medieval interactions among Christians, Muslims, and Jews in a variety of unique settings, from the Atlas Mountains to the Alhambra, Carcassonne to Paris.

To preview the trip, Prof. Goldberg (also the coordinator of our Digital Humanities program) created this digital preview that walks you step-by-step through the journey: (click through to interact with the preview)

Screen shot of digital preview for Bethel travel course, Medieval Worlds

Students: if you want to read more about HIS236UZ and submit an application, visit Bethel’s Study Abroad site and click on Bethel Faculty Interim Programs to find the Medieval Worlds course.

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